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Joshua Cohen

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  • 10 years ago

    The great Czechoslovak writer Karel Capek died in Prague in 1938, three months shy of springtime and the Nazi occupation. In March 1939, Hitler was spending nights at Kafka's castle, which overlooked the fresh grave of a genius no less intense. Ca...

  • 10 years ago

    In the terrible spring of 1999, Serbian writer Zoran Zivkovic was trapped with his wife and children in their Belgrade apartment. Throughout the 77 days of NATO strikes, with food and water scarce, with intermittent electricity, Zivkovic was writi...

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